The e-Traveller is available in 'Active' and 'Allure' trim levels, with prices starting at around £49,000 for 'Active'-spec or around £53,500 for plusher 'Allure' spec. Go gfor 'Allure' and there's a premium of £840 to move from the 'Standard' to the 'Long' body shape.
'Active' models feature 17-inch wheels, Rear Parking Sensors, Cruise Control and Twin Sliding Rear Doors as standard. Inside, a seven-inch capacitive colour touchscreen integrates the Mirror Screen function enabling compatible Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone applications. Users also have access to DAB radio with Bluetooth and there's also a colour instrument display, climate control and the usual executive niceties. All versions offer plenty of modularity and flexibility, with the second and third row seats fully adjustable and removable.
Plusher 'Allure' trim adds front and rear parking sensors with a 180-degree rear camera, 'Peugeot Open and Go' keyless entry and start, Xenon headlights, electric sliding doors, Peugeot Connected 3D Navigation and a Head Up Display. Electronic driving assistance devices include a 'driving time warning system', 'Driver Attention Alert', a 'Road sign reading with speed limit recommendation system' and an 'Active Safety Brake' set-up. You could also add 'Blind Spot Monitoring' and a 'VisioPark surround view camera system - both useful on a vehicle of this size.